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Up until 1930, when the total number of municipalities reached its peak ( 2, 532 entities ), there were more partitions than amalgamations.
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Up until now, the networks have grudgingly run half-hour tapes at 5 P.M. or sometimes 7 or 10:30 P.M..
Up until that time it had been possible to make cutters for making gear teeth, but they were good for only one sharpening.
Up until recently, this heat pump method of warming air was efficient only in areas of mild winters and when outside temperatures were above 40 degrees.
Up until the 1950s, Abensberg and the surrounding villages contained a number of graves of victims of a Death March in the Spring of 1945 from the Hersbruck sub-camp of the Dachau concentration camp, who were either murdered by the SS or died of exhaustion.
Up until the 18th century, amethyst was included in the cardinal, or most valuable, gemstones ( along with diamond, sapphire, ruby, and emerald ).
Up until World War I some armies made artillery responsible for all forward ammunition supply because the load of small arms ammunition was trivial compared to artillery.
Up until World War II it was still possible to regard the city as being a settlement of narrow streets localized to some part of the harbor or the Gulf of Ajaccio ; such bucolic descriptions do not fit the city of today, and travellogues intended for mountain or coastal recreational areas do not generally apply to Corsica's few big cities.
Up until the 14th century European mail was made of alternating rows of riveted rings and solid rings.
Up until July 2002, almost all member congregations of the CUC were also members of the Unitarian Universalist Association ( UUA ).
Up until this time Elijah has only the word of God to guide him, but now he is told to go outside the cave and " stand before the Lord.
Up until this time, although he had been defacto monarch, he had retained the title of Crown Prince.
Up until the mid-1930s, the majority of fighters in the US, the UK, Italy and Russia remained fabric-covered biplanes.
Up until about 360, theological debates mainly dealt with the divinity of the Son, the second person of the Trinity.
Up until the mid-3rd century, the Roman state ’ s payments appear to have been unbalanced, with far more products sent to Britain, to support its large military force ( which had reached c. 53, 000 by the mid-2nd century ), than were extracted from the island.
Up until the Colts ' back-to-back titles, the Giants had been the premier club in the NFL, and would continue to be post-season stalwarts the next decade losing three straight finals.
Up the Walls of the World published in 1978 was her first full length novel, up until then she worked and built a reputation only in the field of short stories.
Up until this point, Highland tartans held regional associations rather than being identified with any particular clan.
Up until 1835, five more colonies were started by American Societies other than the ACS, and one by the U. S. government, all on the same West African coast.
Up until the fourth tour in 1877, led by Lillywhite, touring teams had played first-class games against the individual colonial sides, but Lillywhite felt that his side had done well enough against New South Wales to warrant a game against an All Australian team.
Up and 1930
) Tracy and Bogart appeared in their only film together in John Ford's early sound film Up the River ( 1930 ), with both playing inmates.
He was a member of Red Nichols's orchestra in 1930, and because of Nichols, Miller played in the pit bands of two Broadway shows, Strike Up the Band and Girl Crazy ( where his bandmates included big band leaders Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa ).
Irene Joan Marion Sims ( 9 May 1930 – 27 June 2001 ), best known as Joan Sims, was an English actress, best remembered for her roles in the Carry On films, and latterly for playing both Madge Hardcastle in As Time Goes By, and Mrs Wembley the cook with a liking for sherry in the TV comedy series On the Up.
Carmichael composed and recorded " Up a Lazy River " in 1930 ( lyrics by Sidney Arodin ) and the first recorded version of " Stardust " with lyrics ( by Mitchell Parish ) was recorded by Bing Crosby in 1931.
Among his other well-known films were Bringing Up Baby ( 1938 ), Gone with the Wind ( 1939 ), The Maltese Falcon ( 1941 ), Sergeant York ( 1941 ), They Were Expendable ( 1945 ), Joan of Arc ( 1948 ), in which he was atypically cast as Captain La Hire, Rio Bravo ( 1959 ), and Raoul Walsh's 1930 widescreen wagon train epic The Big Trail, which also featured John Wayne's first leading role.
Born in Shoshoni, Fremont County, Wyoming, Jewell was a Broadway actress who achieved immediate success and glowing critical reviews in two productions, Up Pops the Devil ( 1930 ) and Blessed Event ( 1932 ).
Bringing Up Father still enjoys popularity in Norway ; known as Fiinbeck og Fia, the strip has been published weekly in the family journal Hjemmet since 1921 ; a yearly Christmas book with the strip is published every year since 1930, in the last few decades mostly reprints of material produced by McManus in the 1940s and 1950s.
* Horst-Wessel-Lied -- The " Horst Wessel Song ", also known as Die Fahne hoch (" The Flag Up High ") from its opening line, was the anthem of the Nazi Party from 1930 to 1945.
A version of Strike Up the Band with the book altered by Morrie Ryskind played on Broadway in early 1930.
Brereton produced a volume of poems, Swags Up ( 1928 ), and a collection of his prose articles and stories was published under the title of Knocking Round ( 1930 ).
* Gay Go Up, illustrations by Decie Merwin, Methuen ( London, England ), 1929, Doubleday ( New York, NY ), 1930.
Shortly after the formation of RKO Pictures in 1928, he signed with that studio, where he made Dance Hall ( 1929 ) and Cheer Up and Smile ( 1930 ).